Oppo released the A2 Pro last week, and is now working on two more devices, part of the A2 family. The Oppo PJU110 and PJS110 popped up on TENAA with key specs and images, and reports are the phones will end up named Oppo A2m and Oppo A2x.
Specifications of both devices are identical, but the tipster said this isn't the vanilla A2 5G, which is also in the pipeline.
The phone/s are listed with a 6.56” LCD with an HD+ resolution. The chipset is a 2.2 GHz octa-core CPU but TENAA rarely lists the actual name, and this time it wasn't an exception. RAM of the duo is listed as 8/12 GB and storage is 128/256 GB, likely to be combined to reach more spots on the consumer market.
Other listed specs included a 5,000 mAh camera and Android 13 with ColorOS 13 on top. The back has only one camera, despite the two-ring design – it is a 13 MP shooter with an LED flash for a company. Pricing of such a device should be around the CNY1,000 marker, which is about $150.